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Amazing Science Experiments You Can Do At Home

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  1. THESE SCIENCE EXPERIMENTS ARE SO COOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Please do more videos like this!!!!! 😀

  2. Most pathetic video I have watched from you in a long time!
    Like this was made entirely for 10 year old kids!

  3. another way to use it is to add corn starch and some water but not to much

    instead of using all of that

  4. i'm homeschooled and my library is having a homeschool day so i might do one of these cause its kinda like a project showcase

  5. Nice 👏 some real experiments… Not the peanut butter coal stuff 😂 as a chemist I thoroughly enjoyed watching this, thank you

  6. The normal glassware that the average person has at home won’t work for the disappearing trick. The big bowl can be normal glass but the second bowl that goes inside and disappears needs to be made from borosilicate glass. If you don’t know if you have that or where to find that just go to the store and by the name brand Pyrex measuring cup and then it will work. If you just so happen to own test tubes, beakers or just about any other kind of laboratory glassware that should work as well since most laboratory glassware is made from borosilicate glass.

  7. How to get diabetes 0:39

    Step 1: Boil a pot of water

    Step 2: Add one or two cups of sugar

    Step 3: Wait until it dissolves

    Step 4: Put in another one or two cups of sugar

    Step 5: Call 000/911

    Step 6: Drink ; )

  8. Its soooooooo bad, I had to do this for a science experiment and none worked. This is horrible. Geeeee, THANKS A LOT!!!!!!!!

  9. That potato mud can be made with a LOT less time and effort! Cornstarch, (and maybe a little glue, and a pinch of borax) instead of potato starch. And if you skip the "glow-in-the-dark" effect, you can use free ordinary water instead of seltzer. The lava lamp won't work very long, but at least it is safe. Ah, the baking soda volcano — classic!

  10. The mud one: or you can use water and cornstarch and poof you don’t need to wait 3837647 hours or waste potato’s

  11. My preschool teacher (grandma) had the last one (the tornado in a bottle) in her classroom. So fun to play with.


    Tonic water is what you mean. Seltzer is only CO2, you need the quinine from tonic water for the glow!

  13. Me: Mom you might say no but were are the potatoes U.U
    Mom: Why?
    Me again: For something
    My annoying mom: Whats that something?
    The bootiful me: Umm to eat?
    Meh ugly mom: no U.U
    Meh: okey .-.
    5 min later
    Me: mom
    Mom: What?
    Me:Can l have a potao
    Me:slime u.u
    Mom and Meh: 1 min akwad silent
    Mom:No go to your room
    Me: okey :(=
    10 min later
    Me: Goes to the kitchen and grabs a potao
    Me: YEET goes to the room and begins with the slime
    Mom: Melis-
    Me- o.O
    Mom-You clean the whole house for the next 5 weeks

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